Although majorities in both parties voted for the bill, there were notable exceptions. Though he opposed forced segregation,  Republican Senator Barry Goldwater of Arizona voted against the bill, remarking, "You can't legislate morality." Goldwater had supported previous attempts to pass civil rights legislation in 1957 and 1960 as well as the 24th Amendment outlawing the poll tax . He stated that the reason for his opposition to the 1964 bill was Title II, which in his opinion violated individual liberty and states' rights . Democrats and Republicans from the Southern states opposed the bill and led an unsuccessful 83-day filibuster, including Senators Albert Gore, Sr. (D-TN) and J. William Fulbright (D-AR), as well as Senator Robert Byrd (D-WV), who personally filibustered for 14 hours straight.
This ideology of guilt and equality of outcome didn’t come from nothing of course. Marxism slowly mutated into postmodernism – like a benign tumor turning malignant, metastasizing to almost every realm of Western societies, destroying what makes them successful, democratic and unique. Destroying cultures which still motivates half the planet to move to these handful of countries in the West. Add to the long list of postmodern absurdity, the idea that people from completely failed and stagnant cultures, massively imported into the West will, by some deranged empathic “logic”, elevate us all.